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ZXMP S330 SDH Based Multi-Service Node Equipment

Hardware Manual
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"ontents
About this Hardware Manual............................................................xi
Purpose of this 8ardware =anual...................................................................xi ,ypographical .onventions..........................................................................xii =ouse /peration .onventions......................................................................xiii 7afety 7igns............................................................................................xiv 8ow to >et in ,ouch..................................................................................xv
.ustomer 7upport................................................................................................xv )ocumentation 7upport.........................................................................................xv

Chapter 1............................................................................17
Cabinet.........................................................................................17
.abinet .omposition..................................................................................:!
.abinet 7tructure.................................................................................................:! .abinet .onfiguration............................................................................................:?

.abinet 7tructure......................................................................................$;
.abinet..............................................................................................................$: Power )istribution 7ub#rac9....................................................................................$@ 0larm Aoard........................................................................................................$"

Chapter 2............................................................................27
Sub-rack.......................................................................................27
7ub#rac9................................................................................................$! =otherboard (=A .....................................................................................$8 Aoard 0rea..............................................................................................$? Ban 7ub#rac9...........................................................................................$? )ustproof Cnit.........................................................................................%;

Chapter 3............................................................................33
Board............................................................................................33
>eneral )escription of Aoards......................................................................%%
2ame Dist of AoardsECnits.......................................................................................%% Arief 1ntroduction to Farious Bunctional Cnits...............................................................%"

Aoard 7tructure........................................................................................%8

.loc9 Aoard (7. and .loc9 1nterface Aoard (7.1 .............................................%?


/verview of the 7. and the 7.1...............................................................................%? 4or9ing =echanism and Bunctions of the 7. Aoard.......................................................@; Bunctions of the 7.1 Aoard......................................................................................@$ )escription of the 7. Panel.....................................................................................@$

2.P and 2.P1..........................................................................................@%


/verview of 2.P and 2.P1......................................................................................@% 4or9ing =echanism and Bunctions of the 2.P Aoard.....................................................@@ /4 Bunctions......................................................................................................@6 4or9ing =echanism and Bunctions of the 2.P1 Aoard....................................................@6

.ross#7witch Aoard (.7 ............................................................................@8 /verview of .7........................................................................................@8


4or9ing =echanism and Bunctions of the .7 Aoard.......................................................@? )escription of the .7 Panel.....................................................................................":

/ptical Dine Aoard....................................................................................."$


/verview of /D:6................................................................................................."$ 4or9ing =echanism and Bunctions of the /D:6 Aoard...................................................."% )escription of the /D:6 Panel.................................................................................."@

/D:E@ 7ubsystem.....................................................................................""
/verview of /D:@ 7ubsystem ................................................................................."" 4or9ing =echanism and Bunctions of the /D:E@ 7ubsystem............................................"6 )escription of the DP:@ Panel..................................................................................."8

-P: 7ubsystem........................................................................................"?
/verview of -P: 7ub#7ystem.................................................................................."? 4or9ing =echanism and Bunctions of the -P: 7ubsystem...............................................6;

-P% 7ubsystem........................................................................................6$
/verview of -P% 7ubsystem....................................................................................6$ 4or9ing =echanism and Bunctions of the -P% 7ubsystem...............................................6$

P4'......................................................................................................6@ 7B- 7ubsystem........................................................................................6@


/verview of 7B- 7ubsystem....................................................................................6@ 4or9ing =echanism and Bunctions of the 7B- 7ubsystem...............................................6@ )escription of the 7B- Aoard Panel............................................................................6!

0,= Processing Aoard 0P:G@ with Bour :"" Ports.............................................6!


/verview of the 0,= Processing Aoard.......................................................................6! Bunctions and 4or9ing =echanism of the 0P:G@ Aoard..................................................6! )escription of the 0P:G@ Aoard Panel........................................................................6? 1ndicators...........................................................................................................!;

Chapter ............................................................................71
!nter"ace.......................................................................................71

=otherboard 1nterface................................................................................!: 1nterfaces on a P4' Aoard..........................................................................!$ Aoard 1nterfaces.......................................................................................!%


1nterfaces on /ptical 1nterface Aoards........................................................................!% 1nterfaces on -lectrical 1nterface Aoards.....................................................................!@ 7.1 Aoard 1nterfaces.............................................................................................!! 1nterfaces on 2.P and 2.P1 Aoards...........................................................................!8 -thernet 1nterfaces...............................................................................................8;

Appendix A..........................................................................#3
Abbre$iations................................................................................#3

%i&ures................................................................................#' (ables ................................................................................'3

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#$out t%is Hard&are Manual


,his manual is about the Cnitrans +H=P 7%%; (F:.; service node equipment (+H=P 7%%; for short . 7)8 based multi#

,he suit of manuals that wor9s with this manual is as follows: Unitrans ZXMP S330 (V1.0) SDH-Based Multi-Service N de !"ui#$ent %ec&nical Manual Unitrans ZXMP S330 (V1.0) SDH-Based Multi-Service N de !"ui#$ent Hard'are Manual Unitrans ZXMP S330 (V1.0) SDH-Based Multi-Service N de !"ui#$ent (nstallati n Manual UnitransZXMP S330 (V1.0) SDH-Based Multi-Service N de !"ui#$ent Maintenance Manual

Pur6ose o> "#is Hardware Manual


.hapter : .abinet describes the structure* configuration of the +H=P 7%%; cabinet as well as its components: the cabinet* the power distribution box and the alarm board. .hapter $ 7ubrac9 describes the subrac9 composition* as well as its components such as motherboard* board area* fan sunrac9 and the dustproof unit of the +H=P 7%%;. .hapter % Aoards introduces the names and structures of boards of the +H=P 7%%;* functional units of the equipment as well as the application environments* functional bloc9 diagrams* functions and panels of the boards in these functional units. .hapter @ 1nterface introduces various interfaces of the +H=P 7%%;* including the motherboard interfaces* the power board interfaces and the board interfaces.

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T;6o<ra6#i%al Con@en"ions
+,- documents employ the following typographical conventions.
( #B ) E * ( + P , - R # P H . " # ) " , N / E N ( . , N S

( pe0ace Italics ALuo"esB Bold Bold,

Meanin1 Re>eren%es "o o"#er <uides and do%u8en"s. 5in&s on s%reens. Menus, 8enu o6"ions, in6u" >ields, radio ?u""on na8es, %#e%& ?o3es, dro6$down lis"s, dialo< ?o3 na8es, window na8es Ke;s on "#e &e;?oard and ?u""ons on s%reens

with first letter capitalized


Constant width MN {} O

Te3" "#a" ;ou ";6e, 6ro<ra8 %ode, >iles and dire%"or; na8es, and >un%"ion na8es O6"ional 6ara8e"ers Manda"or; 6ara8e"ers !ele%" one o> "#e 6ara8e"ers "#a" are deli8i"ed ?; i" No"e+ Pro@ides addi"ional in>or8a"ion a?ou" a %er"ain "o6i%. C#e%&6oin"+ Indi%a"es "#a" a 6ar"i%ular s"e6 needs "o ?e %#e%&ed ?e>ore 6ro%eedin< >ur"#er. Ti6+ Indi%a"es a su<<es"ion or #in" "o 8a&e "#in<s easier or 8ore 6rodu%"i@e >or "#e reader.

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Mouse O6era"ion Con@en"ions


( #B ) E 2 M , 3 S E , P E R # ( . , N " , N / E N ( . , N S

( pe0ace Cli%& 'ou?le$%li%& Ri<#"$%li%& 'ra<

Meanin1 Re>ers "o %li%&in< "#e 6ri8ar; 8ouse ?u""on ,usuall; "#e le>" 8ouse ?u""on. on%e. Re>ers "o Cui%&l; %li%&in< "#e 6ri8ar; 8ouse ?u""on ,usuall; "#e le>" 8ouse ?u""on. "wi%e. Re>ers "o %li%&in< "#e se%ondar; 8ouse ?u""on ,usuall; "#e ri<#" 8ouse ?u""on. on%e. Re>ers "o 6ressin< and #oldin< a 8ouse ?u""on and 8o@in< "#e 8ouse.

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!a>e"; !i<ns
( #B ) E 3 S # 4 E ( + S . - N S

Sa0et Si1ns

Meanin1 'an<er+ Indi%a"es an i88inen"l; #azardous si"ua"ion, w#i%# i> no" a@oided, will resul" in dea"# or serious in ur;. T#is si<nal word s#ould ?e li8i"ed "o onl; e3"re8e si"ua"ions. Parnin<+ Indi%a"es a 6o"en"iall; #azardous si"ua"ion, w#i%# i> no" a@oided, %ould resul" in dea"# or serious in ur;. Cau"ion+ Indi%a"es a 6o"en"iall; #azardous si"ua"ion, w#i%# i> no" a@oided, %ould resul" in 8inor or 8odera"e in ur;. I" 8a; also ?e used "o aler" a<ains" unsa>e 6ra%"i%es. No"e+ Indi%a"es a 6o"en"iall; #azardous si"ua"ion, w#i%# i> no" a@oided, %ould resul" in in uries, eCui68en" da8a<e or in"erru6"ion o> ser@i%es.

Erosion+ Ieware o> erosion.

Ele%"ri% s#o%&+ T#ere is a ris& o> ele%"ri% s#o%&. Ele%"ros"a"i%+ T#e de@i%e 8a; ?e sensi"i@e "o s"a"i% ele%"ri%i";.

Mi%rowa@e+ Ieware o> s"ron< ele%"ro8a<ne"i% >ield. 5aser+ Ieware o> s"ron< laser ?ea8.

No >la88a?les+ No >la88a?les %an ?e s"ored.

No "ou%#in<+ 'o no" "ou%#.

No s8o&in<+ !8o&in< is >or?idden.

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"a$inet
,his section discusses the following:. :. 1ntroduction to the cabinet structure and configuration of the +H=P 7%%;. $. 1ntroduction to the cabinet structure components of the +H=P 7%%;: cabinet* power distribution sub#rac9 and alarm board.

Ca?ine" Co86osi"ion
,he +H=P 7%%; is accommodated in a standard J-,71 cabinet K sub# rac9L. Aoth the cabinet and sub#rac9 unit are designed in the principle of Jfront#facing installation and maintenanceL. ,his helps in saving equipment room space and allowing for bac9#to#bac9 installation* front#facing operation and maintenance.

Ca?ine" !"ru%"ure
,he +,- trademar9 is printed at the top#left of the +H=P 7%%;. ,he equipment nameplate with JCnitrans +H7=L is printed in white on a blue bac9ground at the right top of the front door. 0t the bottom and top of the cabinet* measures have been ta9en to avoid rodents. ,he cabinet is 6;; mm wide* %;; mm deep and available with three heights: $;;; mm* $$;; mm and $6;; mm. 0t the cabinet top* the front and bac9 doors are provided with ventilation holes. $= cables ( fibers* cable clips and fiber trays are installed at the two sides of the cabinet. ,he position and number of cable clips and fiber trays shall comply with requirements of the entire equipment configuration. ,he cabinet structure and configuration of the +H=P 7%%; are shown in Bigure :.

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)ote* 1n some schematic diagrams* the front* rear or side door are removed from the cabinet to let user see clearly the internal structure of the equipment. 1n practice* the left front door (including the alarm panel can be opened* while the side door cannot be removed.

4.-3RE * "#B.NE( S(R3"(3RE #ND ",N4.-3R#(.,N

Power distribution sub#rac9 unit

$. 7ub#rac9

%. Ban sub#rac9

@. )ustproof

". .abinet 6. 0larm indicators !. Bront door

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Ca?ine" Con>i<ura"ion
,he +H=P 7%%; can be rac9#mounted* des9#topped or wall#mounted equipment. ,his manual only describes the first case. ,he +H=P 7%%; is divided into cabinets with three specifications of $;;; mm* $$;; mm and $6;; mm. ,he overall configurations are shown in Bigure $. ,he layouts of all the three#type cabinets are similar to one another. ,he equipment has three elements* namely* sub#rac9* cabinet and power distribution sub#rac9. Aased on the actual requirements* the cabinets of $;;; mm and $$;; mm can be configured with : to % sub#rac9s (with a fan sub#rac9 * while the cabinet of $6;; mm can be configured with : to @ sub#rac9s. 1n the cabinet* the parts without components are filled with decoration panels.
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Power distribution sub#rac9 $. 7ub#rac9 % %. Aoards @. Bans ". 7ub#rac9 : 6. 7ub#rac9 $ !. .abinet 8. 7ub#rac9 @

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+H=P 7%%; can be configured flexibly with +H=P 7%6;* +H=P 7%$;* +H=P 7%?; and +H=P 7%8;. ,he structural compositions of the whole equipment can be divided into three cases* based on the cabinet height* as shown in ,0AD- @ and ,0AD".
( #B ) E 9 " , N 4 . - 3 R # ( . , N , 4 ( H E Z X M P S 3 3 0

"a$inet Hei1%t /.0 8 ,e>>e%"i@e #ei<#" D/ 4. /./ 8 ,e>>e%"i@e #ei<#" D* 4. /.- 8 ,e>>e%"i@e #ei<#" (- 4.

Po&er Su$-rac: 14 14 14

Su$-rac: 10 4+10 4+10 4 ,1 6ie%es. 10 4+10 4+10 4 ,1 6ie%es. 10 4+10 4+10 4+10 4 ,D 6ie%es.

)ote* 1n case of full configurations the above configurations have already ta9en the number of $= and cabling into account.

( #B ) E ; " , N 4 . - 3 R # ( . , N , 4 Z X M P S 3 3 0 # N D , ( H E R P R , D 3 " ( S

"a$inet Hei1%t /.0 8 ,e>>e%"i@e #ei<#" D/ 4. /./ 8 ,e>>e%"i@e #ei<#" D* 4. /.- 8 ,e>>e%"i@e #ei<#" (- 4.

Po&er Su$-rac: 14 14 14

Su$-rac: ZHMP !110 ,10 4. Q !1)0 ,/1 4. ZHMP !110 ,10 4. Q !1)0 ,/1 4. ZHMP !110 ,10 4. Q !1)0 ,/1 4.

)ote* 8ere the 7%8; sub#rac9 is the highest sub#rac9 of 7)8. 0t its position* other 7)8 equipments (+H=P 7%6;*+H=P 7%$;*+H=P 7%?;*+H=P 7%8; can also be configured.

Ca?ine" !"ru%"ure
,he overall equipment structure composition of the +H=P 7%%; is shown in Bigure %

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Overall system

Power distribution subrack ()tended subrack

Subrack

Cabinet

Structure accessory

Anti-static wrist strap socket

Ring stop switch

$oard

an unit

&ust-proo% subrack

unctional board

$oards at inter%ace area

A!'

A!#

A!"

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( #B ) E < ( H E D . M E N S . , N # N D = E . - H ( , 4 ( H E Z X M P S 3 3 0 " , M P , N E N ( S

"omponent

Dimensions /,000 88 ,H. R -00 88 ,P. R 100 88 ,'.

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/,/00 88 ,H. R -00 88 ,P. R 100 88 ,'. /,-00 88 ,H. R -00 88 ,P. R 100 88 ,'.

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DD1.* 88 ,H. R D)/.- 88 ,P. R /*0 88 ,'. 11/.( 88 ,H. R D)/.- 88 ,P. R /-0.( 88 ,'. D1.- 88 ,H. R D1- 88 ,P. R /D( 88 ,'. 10.( 88 ,H. D)/.- 88 ,P. /(1 88 ,'. 1-0 88 ,H. R *0 88 ,P. R / 88 ,'. 1-0 88 ,H. R /10 88 ,P. R / 88 ,'.

Power dis"ri?u"ion su?$ra%& 2an su?$ra%& 'us"6roo> uni" !er@i%e ?oard in"er>a%e

!er@i%e Ioard

)ote* ,he weight of the cabinet is the net weight* while the weight of the power distribution sub#rac9 is the weight when P4' boards are in it.

Ca?ine"
,he +H=P 7%%; cabinet is a standard :?#inch -,71 cabinet made of stainless steel featuring high electromagnetic shielding and heat dissipation.

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)imensions of +H=P 7%%; equipment cabinet are shown in Bigure @

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,a9e the $$;; mm cabinet as an example* the structure of the +H=P 7%%; cabinet is shown in Bigure ".

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.able securing plate $. .able clamp %. .abinet cabling area @. 'ing interception switch ". 'ing interception reset button 6. >rounding copper busbar inside the cabinet !. 7ub#rac9 installation brac9et. 8. 7mall door for cabinet wiring ?. Power cable outlet :;. ,op outlet ::. 0larm board:$ 0larm panel :%. -7)#preventive wrist strap dropper :@. -7)#preventive wrist strap soc9et :". )oor loc9 :6. Bront door :!. Aottom outlet

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.omponents: 0larm door: ,he top of +H=P 7%%; cabinet has an alarm door* on which an alarm plate with an indicator and an alarm bu33er is installed* for indicating the wor9ing status of the in#cabinet equipment. .able outlet: ,he bottom and top parts of the cabinet are designed with cable outlets* on which there are small movable doors to ensure that the cabinet is closed after cabling. ,he user can select either top routing or bottom routing according to the requirement. .abinet cabling area: ,he cabling area is close to the side door inside the cabinet. ,he cabling area has a door that can be opened or removed. ,here is also a cable fixing board* on which cabling clips can be installed for the proper cabling of $= cables. ,he number of cabling clips can be altered according to requirement. 1n the middle of the inner frame in the cabinet cabling area* there are ringing interception switch* ringing interception button and anti#static wrist strap 6ac9. 1nstallation holes: Aoth the top and bottom of the cabinet are designed with installation holes to fix the cabinet top* side#by#side cabinets* bac9#to#bac9 cabinets and cabinet bottom. 8eat dissipation holes: ,o achieve superior heat dissipation performance* there are heat dissipation holes on the front and rear doors as well as the top and bottom of each +H=P 7%%; equipment cabinet.
)ote* 1n this manual* the heat dissipation holes are omitted for convenient drawing.

Power 'is"ri?u"ion !u?$ra%&


,he power distribution sub#rac9 is mounted on the upper part of the +H=P 7%%; cabinet. 1t is composed of a set of air brea9er switches and P4' boards. ,he power distribution board with alarm indicators and operating extractors (on its panel is plugged in the power composition rac9. ,he power distribution sub#rac9 can protect the system against lightning. ,he overall dimensions of the power distribution sub#rac9 are :%$." mm (: C (8eight G @8$.6 mm (4idth G$6?." mm ()epth . ,he structure of the power distribution sub#rac9 is shown in diagram Bigure 6.

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4.-3RE < P,=ER D.S(R.B3(.,N S3B-R#"@ S(R3"(3RE D.#-R#M

:. /perating extractor $. Damp board alarm indicators %. =ounting lug

Alar8 Ioard
,he alarm board is installed at the inner side of the cabinet alarming panel. ,he dimensions of the 0larm Aoard are :"" mm (8eight G :$; mm (4idth G $ mm ()epth .

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Su$-rac:
1n this section we shall discuss: :. ,he structure and composition of the +H=P 7%%; sub#rac9. $. .omponents of a +H=P 7%%; sub#rac9 comprising: motherboard* plug# in boards* fan sub#rac9 and dustproof unit.

!u?$ra%&
-ach sub#rac9 is :?#inch high with dimensions being @@%.! mm (8igh G@8$.6 mm (4ide G$!; mm ()eep * as shown in Bigure !. 0 sub#rac9 is composed of side panels* beams and metal guide rails. 1t alone has such functions as heat dissipation* shielding* and dust#proofing. 0t the bottom of the sub#rac9* there is a fan sub#rac9 with three independent fan modules* all of which are connected to the fan motherboard. /n the upper part of the sub#rac9* there is a decorative removable door for the purposes of decoration* ventilation and shielding.

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:. ,op cabling area $. )ecorative door %. Aoards area @. Aottom cabling area ". Ban sub#rac9 6. )ustproof unit 0 sub#rac9 is composed of four parts: Back-plane: 1t is the carrier for connecting various boards and interfaces to connect the +H=P 7%%; with external signals. ,he motherboard is equipped with board connectors through which boards are connected to various buses on the motherboard. %. Board area: ,he board area of the sub#rac9 is of dual structure to plug in boards of the +H=P 7%%;. @. %an sub-rack: Docated on the bottom of the sub#rac9* it provides forced air cooling for the equipment for heat dissipation. ". +ust-proo" unit: Docated at the bottom of the sub#rac9* the dust# proof unit can 9eep the cabinetMs inside clean* so preventing dust from affecting the sub#rac9Ms heat dissipation performance. ,he +H=P 7%%; sub#rac9 is equipped with mounting lugs (one on each side that are used to secure the sub#rac9 in the equipment cabinet. ,he installation staff can face the front of the cabinet to secure the sub#rac9. ,he cabinet and sub#rac9s support front#facing installation ( maintenance and the cabinet can be placed with a wall or with another cabinet.

Mo"#er?oard ,MI.
7ecured in the sub#rac9* the motherboard of the +H=P 7%%; is the carrier for connecting various boards. ,he motherboard consists of the upper and

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the lower parts. Bunctional interface boards are connected to the upper part while functional boards are connected to the lower one. ,here are four buses on the motherboard: service bus* overhead bus* cloc9 bus and board#in#position bus. ,he motherboard connects the boards and equipment with external signals through the interfaces and board connectors on it. ,he payload service* auxiliary service* intra# communication and cloc9 buses are arranged in order to ensure that various interface boards can be added as required by the user. ,he dimensions of the motherboard are @%$ mmG (length (width G @ mm (height . G %$$ mm

,in straps serving as grounding cables are laid out where the frontEbac9 panel of the motherboard is connected with the sub#rac9 to secure the connection between the motherboard and the sub#rac9.

Ioard Area
,he sub#rac9 board area of the +H=P 7%%; consists of the upper layer and lower layer. Bunctional interface boards are on the upper layer while functional boards are on the lower layer* with :! slots spaced at an interval of $".@ mm on each layer.

2an !u?$ra%&
,he structure of the fan sub#rac9 of +H=P 7%%; is illustrated in Bigure 8. ,he fan sub#rac9 accommodates % independent fan modules. ,he structure of the fan module is shown in Bigure ?. -ach fan module box is connected to the motherboard through the soc9et behind it. 1t has the independent loc9ing function* with running indicators and alarm indicators on its front panel.
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:. Ban module mounting brac9et $. Ban module

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:. Ban module $. Ban %. 1ndicator @. 7witch button

*he %an system o% +,-P 7%%; is cooling and heat dissipation system. -ach
sub#rac9 consists of a fan motherboard and three independent fan units side by side. -ach fan unit is composed of a fan sub#rac9* a fan and a Ban board. Aased on the control of 2et .ontrol Processor (2.P * Ban board provides three levels of wind speed that are* fast* slow and stop. 1t also provides the 2.P with bloc9ing signals for monitoring. 1f the Ban board fails to communicate with the 2.P board* it controls the normal fast#sp eed

level o% the %an.


.onnections between boards are as follows: ,he Ban board and the fan are connected through a %#core connector. 6. ,he Ban and Ban =otherboard (B=A are connected through a $@#core Printed .ircuit Aoard (P.A crimping connector. !. ,he B=A and system =A are connected through a :"#core connector. Bigure :;shows the position of each B02 in the system.
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an board

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an board

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0 brand#new dustproof design is adopted* so a separate dustproof sub# rac9 is not required as shown in Bigure ::.

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4.-3RE ** D3S(PR,,4 3N.( S(R3"(3RE D.#-R#M

:. 0ir filter

$. Panel %. .leaning mar9s

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,his section discusses the following: 2ames of boards and functional units of +H=P 7%%;. 8. +H=P 7%%; board structure ?. 0pplication environments* board wor9ing mechanism* functions and panels of the boards of various functional units of +H=P 7%%;.

:eneral 'es%ri6"ion o> Ioards


Na8e 5is" o> Ioards74ni"s
,0AD- ! shows the name list of various boardsEunits of +H=P 7%%;.
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Board Name Mo"#er?oard 'HC ?oard Clo%& ?oard *( Clo%& In"er>a%e Ioard 1/0 Clo%& In"er>a%e Ioard Ne" Con"rol Pro%essor NE %on"rol in"er>a%e ?oard Power ?oard

Meanin1 Mo"#er?oard Cross$!wi"%# ";6e

!;n%#ronous In"er>a%e

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Ne" Con"rol In"er>a%e Power

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Board "ode 5P1/ 5PD1

Board Name 1$%#annel !TM$1 Pro%essin< Ioard 1$%#annel !TM$D Pro%essin< Ioard 1$%#annel !TM$D Pro%essin< Ioard 1$%#annel !TM$1 In"er>a%e Ioard /$%#annel !TM$1 In"er>a%e Ioard D$%#annel !TM$1 In"er>a%e Ioard 1$%#annel !TM$D In"er>a%e Ioard /$%#annel !TM$D In"er>a%e Ioard 5ine 5ine 5ine O6"i%al O6"i%al O6"i%al O6"i%al O6"i%al

Meanin1 5ine Pro%ess !TM$1/ 5ine Pro%ess !TM$D 5ine Pro%ess !TM$D/ O6"i%al In"er>a%e !TM$1 O6"i%al In"er>a%e !TM$1 O6"i%al In"er>a%e !TM$1 O6"i%al In"er>a%e !TM$D O6"i%al In"er>a%e !TM$D/ Irid<e In"er>a%e !TM$1

10 5PD/ OI!11 11 OI!1/ OI!1D OI!D1 1/ OI!D/ 11 II!1 E!!11 1D E!!1/ O!!11 1( O!!1/ EPE1/1,*(. 1EPE1/1,1/0.

!TM$1 In"er>a%e Irid<in< Ioard

1$%#annel !TM$1 Ele%"ri% Ele%"ri% !wi"%# !TM$1 In"er>a%e !wi"%#in< Ioard /$%#annel !TM$1 Ele%"ri% Ele%"ri% !wi"%# !TM$1/ In"er>a%e !wi"%#in< Ioard 1$%#annel !TM$1 O6"i%al O6"i%al !wi"%# !TM$1 In"er>a%e !wi"%#in< Ioard /$%#annel !TM$1 O6"i%al O6"i%al !wi"%# !TM$1/ In"er>a%e !wi"%#in< Ioard /1$%#annel E1 Ele%"ri% Ele%"ri%al Tri?u"ar; Pro%ess Pro%essin< Ioard, wi"# *( E1/1,*(T. In"er>a%e /1$%#annel E1 Ele%"ri% Ele%"ri%al Tri?u"ar; Pro%ess Pro%essin< Ioard, wi"# 1/0 o#8 E1/1,1/0T. In"er>a%e /1$%#annel T1 Ele%"ri% Ele%"ri%al Tri?u"ar; Pro%ess Pro%essin< Ioard, wi"# 100 T1 In"er>a%e /1$%#annel E1 Ele%"ri% In"er>a%e Ele%"ri%al Ioard, wi"# *( In"er>a%e E1/1,*(T. In"er>a%e

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EPT1/1 EIE1/1,*(.

1) EIE1/1,1/0. IIE1/1 E!E1/1,*(. /0 E!E1/1,1/0.

/1$%#annel E17T1 Ele%"ri% Ele%"ri%al In"er>a%e In"er>a%e Ioard, wi"# 1/07100 E17T1/1,1/07100T. In"er>a%e /1$%#anne E17T1 Ele%"ri% Tri?u"ar; In"er>a%e E17T1 In"er>a%e Irid<in< Ioard /1$%#anne E1 Ele%"ri% In"er>a%e Irid<in< Ioard, wi"# *( Ele%"ri%al !wi"%# E1 In"er>a%e /1$%#anne E17T1 Ele%"ri% In"er>a%e !wi"%#in< Ioard, wi"# Ele%"ri%al !wi"%# 1/07100 In"er>a%e

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S! N! /1 // /1 /D /( //* /) /0 10

Board "ode EPE11 EPT11 IIE11 E!E11 !2E EI2ED AP1D 2AN 2MI 5P0

Board Name

Meanin1

1$%#annel E1 Ele%"ri% Pro%essin< Ele%"ri%al Tri?u"ar; Pro%ess E11 Ioard 1$%#annel T1 Ele%"ri% Pro%essin< Ele%"ri%al Tri?u"ar; Pro%ess Ioard T1 1$%#annel E17T1 Ele%"ri% Tri?u"ar; In"er>a%e E17T1 In"er>a%e Irid<in< Ioard 1$%#annel E17T1 Ele%"ri% Ele%"ri%al !wi"%# E11 In"er>a%e !wi"%#in< ?oard In"elli<en" Mo"#er?oard 2as" E"#erne" Mo"#er?oard o> In"elli<en" 2as" E"#erne" Ele%"ri% D$%#annel E"#erne" Ele%"ri% In"er>a%e Ioard ATM Pro%essor wi"# 1(( 6or"s 2an ?oard 2an Mo"#er?oard 5ine Pro%ess !TM$0

D$%#annel E"#erne" In"er>a%e Ioard

D 1(($6or" ATM 6ro%essin< ?oard 2AN ?oard 2an 8o"#er?oard

Irie> In"rodu%"ion "o Various 2un%"ional 4ni"s


,he equipment consists of several functional units that are composed of various functional boards. 8ere is a description of the relations between each functional unit and its boards. 7ystem timing unit ,he 7. unit of the equipment consists of the 7. (7ynchronous .loc9 and 7.1 (7ynchronous .loc9 1nterface boards. 7. provides system cloc9 and system frame pulse for the system to implement the function of the 7ynchroni3ation 7tatus =essage (77= byte. 7.1 provides additional interfaces for the 7. board. 0 7.1 board can be plugged in at the upper layer of the 7. board to enable cloc9 external synchronous input and cloc9 output. 2etwor9 element (2- control unit ,he 2- control unit of +H=P 7%%; consists of 2.P and 2et .ontrol Processor 1nterface (2.P1 . ,he 2.P board provides the following functions:

-xchange 2etwor9s and =obile 7ystems (2=7 messages between 2-s. 1nterconnect orderwire phones between 2-s. 7end to the 7ubnet =anagement .ontrol .enter (7=.. the alarms and performance information of the 2- and sub#networ9 to which it belongs.

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'eceive the commands and configuration commands sent by the 7=.. to the 2- and sub#networ9 to which it belongs. 7end configuration commands to =anager .ontrol Cnits (=.C and collect their performance data and alarms. Provide intelligent monitoring for the fan sub#rac9 of the 2-. =onitor the power distribution sub#rac9 on board#in#position* over# voltage and under#voltage.

,he 2.P1 board provides the 2.P board with additional interfaces* for example* an B: interfaceEexternal alarm input interface and an alarm output interface at the first cabinet of each row. 7ervice switch unit ,he function of service cross#switch unit is achieved by the .ross# 7witch type (.7 board. ,he .7 board implements:

7ervice interwor9ing among multi#directions 8igh# and low#order ,ime 7lot (,7 boards. 7ignal overlapping of tributary boards. Protects the sub#networ9 connection of channels. cross#switching of service

)ote* ,he high#order cross#switching capability is 88G88F.@* while the low#order cross#switching capability is $;:6G$;:6E:;;8G:;;8 ,C#:$.

7ervice interface processing unit ,he /D:6 unit of the equipment consists of service boards and associated interface boards. i. /D:6 is an optical interface processing unit used to access the 7,=#:6 optical interface and to implement such functions as interface conversion and separation of data from overheads.

ii. ,he PD:E@ board is used* in cooperation with the /1:@ board to access the 7,=#@ optical interface and to implement such functions as interface conversion and separation of data from overheads. ,he DP: and the /17: wor9 together to provide access to 7,=#: optical interface* convert the interfaces and separate the payload from overhead. iii. 1n cooperation with the 7,=#: electrical interface switching board (-77: * the DP: board is used to access 7,=#: electrical interface and perform the functions of asynchronous mappingEde#mapping of electrical signals. DP: board is also used to perform ::2 protection of 7,=#: electrical interfaces. -P-:* -P-%* -P,: and -P,% boards perform the functions of asynchronous mappingEde#mapping of electrical signals at

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Plesiosynchronous )igital 8ierarchy (P)8 electrical interfaces -:E,: ( -%E,% and wor9 together to provide the ::2 tributary protection for the system. ,he electrical interface board -1-: connects the -:E,: signals with external devices (used when -:E,: ::2 tributary protection is not available . ,he -7-: board connects the -:E,: signals to external devices and perform signaling switching between the active tributary board and the standby tributary board (used only when ::2 -:E,: tributary protection is available . ,he -7-% board connects the -%E,% signals to the external device and performs signal switching between the active -P-%E-P,% board and standby one. ,he bridging boards A1-: and A1-% perform the switching of -:E,: and -%E,% signals from the standby tributary boards to the standby buses -:E,: and -%E,% on the =A board (used only when -:E,: and -%E,% ::2 tributary protection is available . iv. -quipped with a :;; =bps -thernet electrical or optical interface board of the equipment* the 7B- subsystem can provide inter#D02 and D02#402 interconnections through the 7ynchronous )igital 8ierarchy (7)8 system. 1t provides four :;; =bps electrical or optical interfaces on the terminal (user side. ,he 7B- subsystem consists of three boards* namely* 7B-* -1Band /17:G@. ,he 7B- is the ma6or part and the -1B- is the -thernet electrical interface board with protection. /17:G@ is the @# channel 7,=#: line optical interface* it is used as an -thernet optical interface board that does not provide interface protection. v. ,he 0P:G@ board is responsible for data convergence from 0,= service to 7/2-,E7)8 transmission networ9. 1t is composed of a service board and a service interface board. ,he 0P:G@ service board is the ma6or part* and the /17:G@ is the optical interface board of the 0,=. ,he 0P:G@ provides four :"" =bitEs optical interfaces at the 0,= side and four :"" =bitEs non#cascaded data flow at the system side. 1t is allowed to select :N@F.@ channels to transmit the 0,= service. Ban unit -ach sub#rac9 consists of a fan motherboard and three independent fan units side by side. -ach fan unit is composed of a fan box* a fan and a Ban board. Aased on the control of 2.P* the Ban board provides three levels of wind speed: fast* slow and stop* and provides the 2.P with bloc9ing signals for monitoring. 1n the case of no association with 2.P* the Ban board controls the normal fast#speed level of the fan. Power unit ,he power distribution unit consists of a power distribution sub#rac9 and P4' boards. ,he power supply system of the equipment employs the distributed power supply method. ,he power distribution sub#rac9 provides #@8 F

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outputs for the boards through the motherboard. -ach board is equipped with a ).E). adapter module that can adapt #@8 F to that required by the board.

Ioard !"ru%"ure
igure '# shows the typical board con%iguration o% the +,-P S""/.
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SC4

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'" (*' '"

'2 (*' '2

'3 (*' '3

'1 (*' !CP '1

O0'1 O0'1

O0'1 O0'1 '' '#

Aoards on the upper layer are functional interface boards without panels but with self#loc9able plastic handles. Aoard dimensions are: :6; mm (Dength G8; mm (4idth G$ mm (8eight . Bigure :% shows the structure of a typical board on upper layer.
4.-3RE *3 S(R3"(3RE ,4 # (+P."#) B,#RD ,N (HE 3PPER )#+ER

:. Aoard label $. Cpper extractor %. Aoard P.A @. 1nterface

". Dower

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extractor :;. Aoards on the lower layer are functional boards. Aoard dimensions are: :6; mm (Dength G$:; mm (4idth G$ mm (,hic9ness . ,he extractor is made of 0luminum 0lloy* which provides features of shielding and self#loc9ing.Bigure :@ shows structure of a typical board on the lower layer.
4.-3RE *9 S(R3"(3RE ,4 # (+P."#) B,#RD ,N (HE ),=ER )#+ER

:. -xtractor $. Panel %. 1nterface @. .onductive fabric ". Aoard P.A

Clo%& Ioard ,!C. and Clo%& In"er>a%e Ioard ,!CI.


O@er@iew o> "#e !C and "#e !CI
,he cloc9 board (7. and the cloc9 interface board (7.1 form the timing unit of the +H=P 7%%; system. 1ts position in the system and connections with other boards are shown in Bigure :".

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,he positions of the 7. and 7.1 boards in the sub#rac9s are shown in Bigure :6

!( control inter%ace board

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Por&in< Me%#anis8 and 2un%"ions o> "#e !C Ioard


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()ternal clock re%erence output ()ternal clock re%erence input

Clock board $
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System clock output

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Power board

&,C board

Re%erence clock input

67 bus

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Bigure :! shows the wor9ing mechanism of the 7. board.

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9k6< line timing input *iming re%erence selection

#-#./29-6<

()ternal clock inter%ace unit

#-#./29-bit5s

-onitoring unit

-C;

Clock generation and distribution unit

*o board

Switch control

Bunctions of the 7. board are as follows: Providing system cloc9 signals and system frame header signals for various units of the 7)8 equipment. Providing a group of 8igh )igital Din9 .ontrol (8)D. buses used as the 7 interface on the board so that the 2.P board can configure and monitor the 7. board. -mploying the software#controlled phase#loc9ing circuit to achieve four wor9ing modes as given below: vi. Bast full#in& ,racing mode& vii. 8old#in& viii.Bree run. Providing four external $.;@8 = cloc9 reference inputs and :@# lineEtributary 8 5 timing reference inputs. 7electing a timing reference for the 2- from the effective timing sources and distributing it to other units of the 2-. Performing protection switching of cloc9 references based on the alarm information at each frequency as well as the cloc9 synchroni3ation status. 0chieving networ9#wide cloc9 synchroni3ation. ,o ensure the reliability of synchroni3ation and timing* the system can be configured with two cloc9 boards* an active and a standby. 4hen both boards are in position and wor9ing normally* only the cloc9 of the main system cloc9 board (active board provides output to the motherboard. 1f the active board fails* the standby board will provide the cloc9 outputs.

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,he 7.1 board provides the 7. with eight external reference cloc9 interfaces* four external reference cloc9 outputs and four external reference cloc9 inputs. 7.1 board provides two $.;@8 =bitEs and two $.;@8 =83. !"#ohm coaxial sendingEreceiving interfaces (wiring out through eight coaxial connectors . ,he first line of $.;@8 =bitEs output and the first line of $.;@8 =83 output originate from the same cloc9 source* while the second $.;@8 =bitEs output and the second $.;@8 =83 output from the same cloc9 source.

'es%ri6"ion o> "#e !C Panel


0s shown in Bigure :8* there are a total of three indicators on the 7. board panel. ,hese from top to bottom are: green 'C2 indicator* green =E7 indicator and red 0D= indicator. 'C2 is running state indicator* 0D= is alarming indicator and =E7 is the cloc9 state indictor. Bor their detailed descriptions* please refer to ,0AD8.
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Runnin1 Status 2las# a" 1 Hz 6eriodi%all; Cons"an"l; on Cons"an"l; on 2las# a" ( Hz 6eriodi%all; 2las# a" ( Hz 6eriodi%all; 2las# a" ( Hz 6eriodi%all; Cons"an"l; o>> Cons"an"l; o>> Cons"an"l; o>>

#larm Status 2las# a" 1 6eriodi%all; 2las# a" ( 6eriodi%all; 2las# a" 1 6eriodi%all; 2las# a" ( 6eriodi%all; 2las# a" 1 6eriodi%all; Cons"an"l; on 2las# a" ( 6eriodi%all; 2las# a" / 6eriodi%all; 2las# a" 0.( 6eriodi%all;

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)ote* ,hree indicators are available on the front panel of all boards of the system. 4herein* the 'C2 and 0D' indicators provide the same function.

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,he positions of the 2.P and 2.P1 boards in the system are shown in Bigure $;.

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Bunctional modules of the 2.P board are described as follows: =.C: Aoot section* database section and firmware application section. Ban ( power distribution sub#rac9 monitoring unit: providing intelligent monitoring for the fan sub#rac9 and the power distribution sub#rac9. Aoard reset control: reset all the boards in 2- by force. 'eal#time cloc9: Csed to confirm the exact time of alarm generation and disappearance. 1n order to ensure the accurate timing* the standby chargeable battery will supply power in case a power failure is detected. -xternal alarm input and 2- alarm output: ,he 2.P monitors the external alarms and outputs the alarms of current 2- through the 1E/ interface. 7 interface: ,he 2.P manages various boards of the current 2through 7 interface. /rderwire (/4 other boards. 7 interface: Bor communications between 2- and

,he Ox interface: 0 communication interface between 2- and 7ubnet =anagement .ontrol .enter (7=.. . 4ith the Ox interface* 2.P can report to 7=.. the alarm and performance information of the current 2- and its sub#networ9. 1t can also receive the commands and configurations sent from 7=.. to the current 2- and its sub#networ9. -.. bus: 2.P provides the -mbedded .ontrol .hannel (-.. buses connecting to every line boards. ,he 2=7 manages the whole subnet on the basis of interconnection between the -..s of the 2.P board of the access 2- and other 2-s inside the subnet. Bunctions of the 2.P board are as follows:

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7ending configuration commands to various =.Cs through the 7 interface and collecting their performance and alarm information. ::. 2etwor9 element =anagement 7ystem (2=7 between 2-s through the -.. channel. information exchange

:$. /rder wire inter#wor9ing between 2-s through the -: and -$ bytes. :%. 7ending to 7=.. the alarms and performance data of 2- and sub# networ9 to which it belongs* also receiving the configuration commands and other commands sent by the 7=.. to the 2- and its sub#networ9 through the Ox interface. ,he 2.P board conducts the intelligent monitoring on the fan box of the current 2-. ,o provide a @#digit )1P switch used to set the software state.

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/4 functions are given below: Providing two voice channels that are not mutually cross#switched. ,he system can support up to :6 orderwire directions. 1t supports point#to#point* point#to#multipoint* point#to#group and point#to#line calls. )ual tone signaling is adopted between P,P calls. Diaison signaling acts as the man#machine interface through the 9eys on the telephone set* which must be of ),=B type. 1t uses a .PC to interpret the phone and ),=B signals received over the -:E-$ channel. ,hen it decides the channel status and control the phone connection based on them. ,he following are five types of phone connection status: Phone connected to -: channel. Phone connected to -$ channel. ix. Phone connected to Pdial tone ( busy tone generating circuitP. x. Phone connected to Pring current signalP. xi. Bree (off#hoo9 and without being called
)ote* /rderwire numbers are set through the 2=7. ,he 9ey points for preventing loop are set through the 2=7. /4 software can be downloaded online by the 2=7.

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Bunctions of a 2.P1 board are as follows: Providing one )A:" connector as the B: interfaceEexternal alarm input interface for inputting external alarm signals (such as smo9e* water* door control and fire alarms . Providing one )A? connector to the first cabinet as the alarm output interface for alarm signals (minor* ma6or and audio alarms . ,he front panel of the 2.P is shown in Bigure $%. 1t provides three indicators that are* from top to bottom: the 'C2 indicator (green * the /4 indicator (green and the 0D= indicator (red . 'C2 is a running state indicator* 0D= is an alarming indicator and /4 is /4 phone#ring indicator that blin9s at a frequency of " 83 when the /4 phone rings. Bor their detailed descriptions* please refer to ,0AD- 8 ,here are three interfaces on the 2.P panel that are* from top to bottom: the f interface* the Ox interface and the /4 phone interface. ,he f interface is the interface between 2- and portable equipment. ,he Ox interface is a communication interface between the 2- and the 7ubnet =anagement .ontrol .enter (7=.. . /n the 2.P front panel* there are two buttons* which are the ring stop switch (A-DD#/BB and reset button ('7, . ,he A-DD#/BB switch is used to control ring in the case of an alarm* while the '7, button is used to reset the board.

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1ndicators $. B interface %. Ox interface @. /4 phone ". A-DD#/BB button 6. '7, button

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,he .7 composes the service .7 unit. Bigure $@ shows the connection between the .7 board and the other boards.

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Bunctional modules of the .7 board are described as follows: ::2 tributary protection processing module: 1t controls the tributary board to perform board switchover according to 0C> bus state. .loc9 unit: /btains the system cloc9 and the frame header information from the =A and allocates the cloc9s required within the board. 7ervice cross#switch module: ,he core of the .7 board. 1t implements high# and low#order ,7 cross#switching of service boards and signal overlapping from tributary boards. 72.P (7ub#networ9 .onnection Protection module: 1t performs hardware testing of 0C> buses for priority receiving and concurrent sending by board software. Power supply unit: 1t converts and allocates Q@8 F power on the =A to different levels within the board and supports short#circuit protection. .PC unit: 1ncludes .PC* '0=* '/= and peripheral circuits. 1t supports online downloading of software. 0P7 module: 1t extractsEinserts 5: and 5$ bytes fromEto the 84 bus. ,he .7 :K: processing module: 1t receives information of another .7 board and -= controls* and then decides whether to output it or not. ,he .7 board functions are as follows: ,o achieve the service interwor9ing among multiple directions. ,he high#order cross#switching capability is 88G88F.@* while the low#order cross#switching capability is $;:6G$;:6E:;;8G:;;8 ,C#:$. ,o contain an 0P7 protocol processor* which implements the 0P7 protect switching of the multiplex section. ,o monitor the alarm information of 0Cs in all directions and

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implement channel protect switching. ,o monitor the state of all service boards and implement the ::2 board protection. ,o 1nsert 0C#017 signals or unloaded F.#@ data for the non#configured service. ,o overlap $ = traffic that is* combining the traffic of multiple $ = boards into a group of 0C@ number. ,o wor9 in the :K: bac9up mode.

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,he .7 front panel is shown in Bigure $! /n the .7 board* there are three indicators: 'C2 (green * =E7 (green and 0D= (red from top to bottom. ,he =E7 indicator is the activeEstandby status indicator. 1f it is JonL* the board is in the active status& if it is JoffL* the board is in the standby status.
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,he /D:6 board provides the 7,=#:6 standard optical interface and the 7,= @G@ bus to add and drop traffic. 1ts wor9ing mechanism is shown below (Bigure %; .
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Bunctional modules of the /D:6 board are described as follows: /ptical transmitting module: 1t includes $." > optical receiving module and $." > optical sending module. 1t implements photoelectric conversion and electric#phone conversion for $." > high#speed signals. 1t also provides signal multiplexingEde#multiplexing* extraction and combination of line signals. ,he optical sending module can perform functions such as turnoff of the laser device and monitor the optical transmitting power. ,he optical receiving module can monitor the optical receiving power. =CHE)=CH module: 1t performs multiplexingE de#multiplexing from 7,=#:6 signals to 6$$ =bitEs motherboard signals. 7/8 0C@ processing module: 1t implements payload data separation and insertion. =.C: 1t provides an 7 interface and -.. channel through which it can communicate with the 2.P to perform functions li9e performance statistics* alarm detection* temperature control* status setting and inter#board communications. BP>0: 1t is for overhead processing. 1t processes and inserts section overhead (7/8 and path overhead (P/8 to signals. 1t also implements functions li9e pointer processing* alarm processing* bit error statistics ( processing and various decoding functions. ,he /D:6 board extracts overhead bytes from the incoming 7/8 and multiplex them into the overhead bus. 1t de#multiplexes the incoming overhead bus into overhead bytes and inserts them into the outgoing

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7/8. ,he BP>0 switches the F.#@ alarm indication carried by the overhead bus. 1t also performs signal overhead processing unit and output the 0C#017 corresponding optical interfaces based on the F.#@ signals.

signals that are exchange in the signals to the alarm indication

,he monitoring unit: 1t performs various monitoring functions* such as temperature detection and optical power monitoring. ,he /D:6 board functions are as follows: :. ,erminating and regenerating 7,=#:6 regenerator section overheads and multiplex section overheads. $. ,o interpret the 0C#@E0C#% pointer and obtaining the F. payload. %. Providing the -.. channel for transfer from the optical channel to the 2.P. @. ,o output the 8 983 receiving reference cloc9 to the 7. board.

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,he interface boards and the processing boards are connected through 7,=#:E@ electrical signals. ,he optical interface boards and the processing boards are connected through 7,=#:E@ optical signals. -ach DP:E@ board communicates with the .70 board through a bus. 1t converts the 7,=:E@ signals received from the interface boards into the bus data and then transfers the bus data to the .70 board. 1t also receives the bus data from the .70 board* processes them and then transfers them to the interface boards. ,he processing boards communicate with the 2.P board through the 7 interface* they exchange ).. data with it through the -.. interface and provides the overhead bytes to the /4 part of the 2.P board through the 84 bus. ,he 7. board provides line processing board with the system cloc9 and the frame header of the system. 0fter dividing frequency of the received cloc9* line processing board sends it to the 7. board as one of the reference cloc9. Positions applicable to the boards in the DP: subsystem are illustrated in Bigure %%.

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7lots applicable to DP:E@ boards are slots for service boards from : to 6 and from :: to :6 (in the case of an /D@ subsystem* slots applicable to DP@ boards are from % to 6 and from :: to :@ & 7lots applicable to /17:* A17: and -77: boards are slots for service interface boards from : to 6 and from :: to :6. 7lots applicable to /17@ boards are slots for service interface boards from % to 6 and from :: to :@.

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,he functions of each module are the same with that of the /D:6 board* so they are not discussed again.

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4hen implementing the function as an 7,=#: electrical interface* the wor9ing mechanism is shown inBigure %".
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Bunctional modules of the /D:E@ board are described as follows: -lectrical module unit: 1t consists of :"" = electrical interface receiving module and :"" = electrical interface sending module. 1t multiplexesEde#multiplexes :"" = electrical signals and extracts ( synthesi3es line signals. ". /ptical module unit: 1t includes optical sending module and optical receiving module. ,he optical sending module can perform functions such as turnoff of laser device and monitoring of optical transmitting power* while the optical receiving module can monitor optical receiving power. Bunctions of other modules are the same to those of the /D:6 board* and therefore* are not repeated here. 0 brief description of each board is given below: :. 1nterface boards ,he interface boards implement 7,=#:E@ optical (or electrical interface. 1t has three modes: 7,=#: optical interface* 7,=#: electrical interface and 7,=#@ optical interface* with single ( double channel for each mode. $. 7witching boards 1n addition to 7,=#: electrical interface functions* the -77: board can also switch active and standby motherboard signals. ,he switch control signals are generated by .7 board and transmitted to switching board through the =A. 1f ::2 protection is not required* the -77: implements 7,=#: electrical interface functions only. /n the other hand if the ::2 protection is required* the -77: and A17: boards can wor9 together. %. 1nterface bridging board ,he A17: board receives and decodes the protection control signal

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from the .70 board and bridge the 7,=#: signal from the standby DP: board to the corresponding -77: board. 1f the ::2 protection is required* the -77: and A17: boards can wor9 together. @. Dine processing boards ". ,hey perform the following functions: ,he DP:EDP@ board employs the same P.A (DP:ED@ hardware* but the adopted board software (including the logic of the programmable component is different. ,he DP: board provides the processing capability of two 7,=#: interfaces and connects two groups of 0C#@ bus with the =A* while the DP@ board provides the processing capability of two 7,=#@ interfaces and connects eight groups of 0C#@ bus with the =A. -ach DP:E@ board provides an -.. channel between line and 2.P board. 1t outputs an 8 983 cloc9 reference to the 7. board. xii. ,he slot of the interface board corresponding to the DP: board can be plugged in with $#line 7,=#: board* $#line 7,=#: -171 board* or 7,=#: used for 7,=#: electrical interface protection* or the 7,=#: -77: board. ,he slot of the interface board corresponding to the DP@ board is plugged in with the $#line 7,=#@ board. xiii.,he DP: board is used together with the 7,=#: board* or the 7,=#: -17:. 1f the ::2 protection is unnecessary* the interface board -17: should be used. /therwise* the -77: board should be installed in the slot of the interface board corresponding to the active board.

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,he DP:@ front panel is shown in Bigure %6. 1t has three indicators: 'C2 (green * =E7 (green and 0D= (red from top to bottom. 0s the panels of the -P: and -P% subsystems are the same with the DP:E@* they are omitted here.
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,he -P: subsystem consists of the -P-:* -P,:* -1-:* A1-: and -7-: boards. 7lots available for the boards in the -P: subsystem are illustrated in Bigure %!.

,he board can be plugged in any slot from :N6 and from ::N:6 for service boards and for service interface boards.

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,he wor9ing mechanism of the -P-: board is shown in Bigure %8. -ach module on the board is briefly described: 7ervice processing module: -xtracts ,ime 7lot (,7 from the 0C bus and maps the tributary service to the corresponding ,7 of the 0C bus. 1t also implements the channel protection of the tributary service* accesses and inserts overheads in high# and low#order channels. .loc9 unit: 0llocates the cloc9s for the current board from the system cloc9. 1t implements the functions of tributary retiming and tributary cloc9 extraction and notifies the 7. board of a cloc9 alarm through a 84 cable. 84 module: 1mplements the extraction and insertion of signals fromEto the 84 bus. .PC: 0s the control unit* it provides an 7 interface and -.. channel through which it can communicate with the 2.P to perform such functions as performance statistics* alarm detection* temperature control* status setting and inter#board communications. 1t also supports online upgrading of the board software. Power supply unit: Bilters and distributes the power required for the boards.
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,here are four boards on -P: subsystem. -P-:E-P,: board ,his board performs following functions: i. 1t provides the mapping and de#mapping of the P)8 electrical interface -:E,:. -ach such board can provide $: interfaces at most. 1t connects $ groups of 0C#@ buses and $: -:E,: lines with the =A.

ii. 1t supports different addEdrop ,7 numbers and independent

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addEdrop ,7s. iii. 1t provides channel protection of F.#:$EF.#:: level between two groups of 0C buses. )uring Jpriority#receivingL* the -P-:E-P,: board detects the alarm performance in different ,7s* and selects the relatively normal ,7 for de#mapping. J.oncurrent sendingL is implemented by sending traffic to different 0C bus timeslots simultaneously* and the two mutually protected channels can be in different ,7s of the two 0C buses. iv. ,he -P-:E-P,: board extractsEinserts higherElower order paths. v. ,he -P-:E-P,: board supports tributary retiming and cloc9 extraction (up to @ tributaries . vi. ,he -P-:E-P,: boards wor9 together to provide ::2 tributary protection. vii. 1t satisfies the testability requirements. -1-: board i. .onnecting the -:E,: signal from the -P-:E-P,: board to the user side.

)ote* Csed only when ::2 -:E,: tributary protection is unavailable.

A1-: board 1t connects the signal from the standby -P-%E-P,% board to the slots of the active boards.
)ote* Csed only when ::2 -:E,: tributary protection is available and plugged into an interface board slot corresponding to the standby -P-:E-P,: board.

-7-: board 1t performs the following functions: .onnecting the -:E,: signal from the -P-:E-P,: board to the user side. 7witching the -:E,: -P-:E-P,: boards. signals between the active and standby

)ote* 1t is used only when ::2 -:E,: tributary protection is available and plugged into the interface board slot corresponding to the active -P-:E-P,: board. 1t can be used even when ::2 tributary protection is unavailable* in that case* its functions will be similar to those of the -1-: board.

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O@er@iew o> EP1 !u?s;s"e8
,he -P% subsystem consists of the -P-%E-P,%EDP;* -7-% and A1-% boards. ,he position of the -P% subsystem in the entire system is shown in Bigure %8. ,he -,%E,,%EDP; boards can be installed in any slot from :N6 and from ::N:6 for service boards. ,he -7-% board can be installed in any slot from :N6 and from ::N:6 for service boards* while the A1-% can be installed in slots : and :6 for the service interface boards.

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Bigure %? shows the wor9ing mechanism of the boards.
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1t has following modules: .loc9 unit: 0llocates the cloc9 required for the current board from the system cloc9* extracts the tributary cloc9 and notifies the 7. board of the cloc9 extraction alarm through a 84 cable. 84 unit: -xtracts and inserts ,7s of the 84 bus. 7ervice processing module: 1mplements 0C pointer processing and 0CEF. bus conversion* processes overheads in the F.#@EF.#% channels* multiplexes and de#multiplexes ,C#% and interprets the ,C#% pointer. 1t also maps and de#maps traffic ,7s of the current board& accesses and inserts 7,=#; section overheads& and implements the channel protection of the tributary service.

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Aoards available are discussed below: :. -P-%E-P,%EDP; 1t perform following functions: i. -ach -P-%E-P,%EDP; interfaces. board provides three -%E)7%E7,=#;

ii. -ach board supports the mappingEde#mapping and multiplexingEde# multiplexing from % lines of -%* )7% and 7,7#: signals to any ,7 of the 0C#@E0C#%. iii. 7upports different addEdrop ,7 numbers and independent addEdrop ,7s. iv. 1t implements the channel protection of F.#% level between two groups of 0C buses. v. 7upports the access and insertion of overheads in the F.#%EF.#@ channel. vi. ,he DP; board implements section overhead processing of the 7,=# ; interface and the -.. function. vii. 1t accesses alarm and performance information of the 0C bus* the -%E)7%E7,=#; port and the F.#%EF.#@ channel and reports them to the 2=7. viii.7upports tributary cloc9 extraction (any of three tributaries can be randomly chosen or specified by the 2=7 for extracting the 8 983 cloc9 and sending it to the 7. board . ix. 7upports the ::2 tributary protection (Provides two groups of mutually independent ::" protection. x. Provides one group of 8)D. bus as the 7 interface of the board* thus to enable the main control board to configure and monitor the board. xi. 1t also provides a 84 cable to transmit such information as the running state of boards* alarms of the cloc9 extraction tributary and the ::2 tributary protection. $. -7-% board 1t connects -%E)7%E7,=#; signals with the external. 7witches -%E)7%E7,=#; signals between the active and standby tributary boards.
)ote* 1t is only used when ::2 tributary protection of the -%E)7%E7,=#; signals is available. -ach ,7-% board can only be plugged in a slot for an interface board corresponding to the active tributary board.

%. A1-% board 1t allocates and transfers -%E)7%E7,=#; signals from the standby tributary boards to the protected tributary boards.

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)ote* 1t is only used when ::2 tributary protection of the -%E)7%E7,=#; signals is available. 1t can only be plugged in a slot for an interface board corresponding to the standby tributary board.

PPR
,he P4' consists of four units: over#voltageEover#current protection unit* filter unit* isolated output unit and voltage monitor unit. 1t supplies #@8 F power in a hot bac9up configuration* provides reverse connection protection and detects overEunder#voltage and board#in#position signals. ,hrough air brea9 switches* the power distribution sub#rac9 uses the #@8 F power supply from the equipment room as its input. 1t filters out the -=1* ripples with its filter circuits and then supplies it to the sub#rac9.

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O@er@iew o> !2E !u?s;s"e8
,he 7B- subsystem consists of three boards* namely* 7B-* -1B- and /17:G@ boards. ,he board is -thernet optical interface board that does not provide interface protection. 7lots applicable to the boards in the 7B- subsystem are illustrated in Bigure %8. ,he board can be plugged in any slot from :N6 and from ::N:6 for service boards. ,he -1B- and the /17:@ can be plugged from :N6 and from ::N:6 slots for service boards.

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,he 7B- subsystem is used for :;; =bps -thernet electrical or optical interface boards and provides inter#D02 and D02#402 interconnections through the 7)8 system. Bunctions and features of the 7B- subsystem are as follows: 1t provides four :;; =bps electrical or optical interfaces on the terminal (user side. ,he -1B- board provides :;E:;; =bps adaptive -thernet interfaces that are in full compliance with 1--- 8;$.% specifications and support auto#

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negotiation* full#duplex and half#duplex modes with the transmission distance not less than :;; m.
)ote* .0," or higher C,P cables must be used for :;; = interfaces* while .0,% or higher C,P cables must be used for :; = interfaces.

/17:G@ board provides single#mode optical interfaces that support full# duplex mode. 1t provides six 2 $.:!6 = 402 interfaces at the system side. 1t provides an internal bandwidth of 6% F.#:$ paths. -ach service on the system side is carried by 2 (ranging from : to 6% F.#:$ paths bound together and mapped to a F.#@ path in a virtual cascade. 1t supports D$ (/71 layer $ D02 interfaces. wire#speed switching between the four

1t supports semi#permanent connections between the four external D02 interfaces and the four internal 402 interfaces for completely transparent transmission. ,he wor9ing mechanism of the 7B- is shown below Bigure @;.
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Bollowing are the modules of 7B-: Dayer#$ switching module: implements the layer#$ switching between the user interfaces* system interfaces and the -thernet interfaces. @. -thernet interface: for connection between the switching module and the optical interface board /17:G@ or the electrical interface board -1B-. ". 7ervice processing module: 1t extracts the dropped timeslots from the 0C buses* restores the virtual cascades* extracts -thernet services and transfers them to the D$ switching module. 1t encapsulates the -thernet services into >BP pac9ets and maps them into the

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corresponding 0C bus timeslots. 1t also provides tributary protection and extractsEinserts higherElower order path overheads. 6. .loc9 unit: 1t allocates cloc9s to the current board and informs the cloc9 board of the cloc9 alarms through 84 bus. !. 84 module: 1t extractsEinserts timeslots fromEinto the 84 bus. 8. .PC unit: 1t consists of .PC* '0=* '/= and associated peripheral circuits* and supports online download of software. ?. Power supply unit: Bilters and distributes the power required for the boards. =a6or functions of the 7B- board are as follows: :. ,o provide four external :;; =bps optical or electrical interfaces* which are directly wired to the motherboard. $. ,o provide six internal 402 interfaces. : to @8 F.#:$ paths (in a virtual cascade can be allocated to each 402 interface for flexible bandwidth allocation from $ =bps to :;; =bps. Cp to :$6 F.#:$ paths can be allocated to all the internal 402 interfaces. %. ,o support two FD02 modes* with all the interfaces supporting @;?" FD02 1)s. @. ,o provide 2=7 functions as FD02* flow control* address learning* spanning tree* O/7 and ,'C25. ". ,o extract the dropped timeslots from the 0C buses and maps the tributary services into the corresponding 0C bus timeslots* as well as providing tributary protection. 6. -xtractingEinserting higherElower order path overheads. ,he wor9ing mechanism of the -1B- is shown in Bigure @:.
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Bunctions of the -1B- board are as follows: :. .onnecting the -thernet electrical interface signals from the 7B- board

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to the user side. $. Providing ::2 protection for -thernet electrical interfaces. %. Aased on the control signal from the .70 board* deciding whether to connect the -thernet signals to the active or standby board.

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0s shown in Bigure %8* there are a total of three indicators on the 7Bboard panel that are* from top to bottom* green 'C2 indicator* green =E7 indicator and red 0D= indicator. Bor detailed descriptions of the 'C2 and 0D= indicators* please refer to ,0AD- 8 ,he =E7 indicator is the board status indicator when ::2 tributary protection is available. 1f it blin9s* it means the board is in service& if it is not blin9ing* it means the board is out of service.

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,he 0P:G@ board is used to implement the convergence from 0,= to 7/2-,E7)8 transmission networ9. 1t consists of service board and service processing board* among them service board is the principal part and /17:G@ is the optical interface of 0,=. ,he 0P:G@ board provides four :"" =bitEs optical interfaces at the 0,= side and four :"" =bitEs data stream in the non#cascading mode at the system side. 1t is feasible to select :N@ F.@ channels to transmit the 0,= service. ,he 0P:G@ board supports line cloc9 extraction as the cloc9 extraction source of the equipment. ,he 0P:G@ board supports four 0,= service types of .A'* rt#FA'* nrt#FA' and CA'. 1t supports local switching of FPEF. and supports FP protection switching based on FP#017* D/7* D/B* //B* D017 and D.) alarms. ,he 0P:G@ board can be plugged in any slot from :N6 and from ::N:6 for service boards. ,he /17:G@ board can be plugged in any slot from :N6 and from ::N:6 for service boards. 4herein* the slots :* $* :" and :6 support two 0C@ buses and the other slots support four 0C@ buses.

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,he functions of the 0P:G@ are shown in Bigure @$.

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,he 0,= service implements the opticalEelectrical switching through the sub#board of 0,= service interface* then transmits it to the P8Y component at the line side and then sends it to the 0,= local switching module (where the local switching can be implemented * or to the bus switching module (where the 0,= bus will be switched to the service bus and be sent to the .7 board according to the service requirement. 1t is up to the .7 board to cross#feed the service to the optical board to enable long distance transmission. ,he 0P:G@ board adopts the section overhead processing function based on the micro#processor interface* while the system adopts the ,-D-./= service bus. ,he functions of each module are as follows: :. ,he sub#board of 0,= service interface: 1t implements the photo# electrical signal conversion* alarm indication upon receiving signals and signal missing. $. P8Y components at the line side: 1t implements the functions of service access* cloc9 restoration and overhead extractionEinsertion. i. 7ervice access: 1t provides four :"" =bitEs optical interfaces through the service interface sub#board* accesses to the 0,= service user data* implements 0,= cell separation and sends 0,= cells to the local switching module of 0,=. 1n the reverse process* it receives 0,= cells outputted from the local switch module* converts 0,= cells into 7,=#: frame data and outputs them to the service interface sub#boards. ,he service interface sub#boards will implement the photo#electrical conversion.

ii. .loc9 restoration: 'eferring to the system cloc9 from the 7. board it restores synchronous cloc9 from the received optical signal.

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%. 0,= local switching module: 1t receives local data converted by the 0,= optical interface module or remote data from the bus switching module. 1t has the 6$$ =bitEs bi#directional cell data switching function. 1t supports four service types* namely* .A'* rtFA'* nrtFA' and CA'. 1t supports connection and switching of FPEF. as well. @. Aus switching module: 1t performs conversions between 0,= board bus and service bus. ". .loc9 processing: ,o serve as receiving reference of the line service data and the synchroni3ation cloc9 for the data transmission* .loc9 Processor receives cloc9 signals from the 7. board and sends them respectively to the 0,= optical interface module and the bus switching module 6. =.C board control system module: =.C implements the initiali3ation and real#time monitoring of the boards* processes the -= commands and reports events occurring. =.C communicates with 2.P through 7 port and -.. channel and provides a :; = -thernet interface for debugging or communicating with the operation and maintenance console.

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,he panel of the 0P:G@ board is shown below (Bigure @% .
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,he 0P:G@ motherboard has board running status indicators only. 'C2 (green * =E7 (green and 0D= (red are used to indicate the current wor9ing status of the 0P:G@ board. 'C2 blin9s regularly when the board is wor9ing normally and 0D= blin9s when an alarm is generated. 4hen the =E7 indicator is also green* it shows the activeEstandby wor9ing status of the system service signals. 2ormally* it is constantly blin9ing when the active board is running* and stops blin9ing when in standby ,he three controllable indictors should be switched#on constantly when the board is switched#on and should be switched#off upon completion of the boardMs reset. )uring the self#inspection* the three indicators are switched#on in turns.

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,he motherboard interfaces of +H=P 7%%;. ,he power board interfaces of +H=P 7%%;. ,he board interfaces of +H=P 7%%;.

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,he distribution of the motherboard interface is shown in Bigure @@ 0 brief description of the interfaces is given below: Power interface: 0s the ). input interface of the frame* it connects to the P/4-' /C,PC, interface in power distribution sub#rac9. 1t uses a )#sub connector with % pins that are #@8 F >2)* P- and #@8 F (from top to bottom . !. >rounding post: ,o provide system ground protection and to connect to the grounding strap* with isolation terminals. 8. 1ndicator board alarm interface: 1t provides indicator board alarm output* connected to the indicator board alarm input interface& using )A:" interface. ?. Power alarm interface: 4hen the power distribution board is in use* it connects to the alarm output interface P/4-'R0D= of the power distribution board. 4hen the power distribution board is not in use* the power alarm cable connects to the fist power alarm interface on the left.

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Bigure @" shows the distribution of the interfaces on the P4' board.
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,he power input interface on a P4' board uses a )#sub connector with % pins* which are #@8 F >2)* P- and #@8 F. 0mong them* #@8 F soc9et connects with the output terminal of the air switch* #@8 F >2) connects with the output end of the wiring terminal #@8 F >2) and P- connects with the copper bus bar on the equipment right.

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,he equipment provides three types of optical interfaces: 7,=#:6 standard optical interface (Bigure @6 * 7,=#@ standard optical interface and 7,=#: standard optical interface (Bigure @! . Biber connectors are 7. optical connectors.
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,he equipment provides standard 7,=#: electrical interfaces of three levels and P)8 electrical interfaces. P)8 electrical interfaces provided by the equipment are as follows: $.;@8 =bitEs electrical interface: 1t adopts the 1). connector (female of ";#chip vertical flat cable and uses either :$; $= cable or !" $= cable. ,he :$; $= cable is composed of two cables: one :6#core trun9 cable and one %$#core P.= cable. ,he electrical interface and its conne Bigure @6* Bigure @? and Bigure @6 %@.%68 =bitEs electrical interface @@.!%6 =bitEs electrical interface ":.8@; =bitEs electrical interface: 1t uses :.;E$.% straight crimping connector (male .

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Pin N0! Colors o> "#e 1/$ %ore PCM %a?le !i<nal de>ini"ion Pin N0. Colors o> "#e 1/$ %ore PCM %a?le !i<nal de>ini"ion Pin N0. Colors o> "#e 1/$ %ore PCM %a?le !i<nal de>ini"ion

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Oran<e ?la%& 1 Oran<e red 1

:reen ?la%& 1 :reen red 1 R1)$ R1)Q 1( 10

:re; ?la%& 1 :re; red 1

Ma<en"a ?la%& 1 Ma<en"a red 1 R10$ R10Q 11 )

R1*$ R1*Q 1* 1/

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Ilue ?la%& / Ilue red /

Oran<e ?la%& / Oran<e red /

:reen ?la%& / :reen red / T/0$ T/0Q

:re; ?la%& / :re; red /

Ma<en"a ?la%& / Ma<en"a red / T/1$ T/1Q

T10$ T10Q

R/0$

R/0Q

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,he 7.1 board provides the 7. board with external cloc9 reference interfaces. !" 7.1 interface board: Provides two $.;@8 =bitEs and two $.;@8 =83 !" S coaxial transceiver interfaces using :.;E$.% straight crimping connectors (male . as shown in Bigure ";.

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:T$=A1,R'H $. :T$=A1,R,H %. $T$=A1,R'H @. $T$=A1,R,H :T$=8+R'H 6. :T$=8+R,H !. $T$=8+R'H 8. $T$=8+R,H

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0s shown in Bigure ":* there are three interfaces on the 2.P board panel that are* from top to bottom: ,he f interface is the interface between 2- and portable equipment. ,he Ox interface is a communication interface between the 2- and the 7ubnet =anagement .ontrol .enter (7=.. . ,he orderwire phone interface is the interface connecting the orderwire phone sets* which adopts the 6P@. vertical crimping connector. 0s shown in Bigure "$* there are three interfaces on the 2.P1 board panel that are* from top to bottom: ,he orderwire phone interface is the interface connecting the orderwire phone sets* which adopts the 6P@. vertical crimping connector. ,he alarm output interface is the interface for alarms of the first cabinet of each row: 1t has output alarm signals (minor* ma6or and sound alarms 1t adopts the )A? connector 6ac9. B: interfaceEexternal alarm input interface: 1t is used as the input interfaces of the external alarm signals (smog* flood* door control* fire* temperature and so on and it connects the 6@ 5 bi directional interface equipment. 1t adopts the )A:" connector 6ac9.

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:. icators $. B interface %. Ox interface @. /4 phone ". A-DD#/BB button 6. '7, button

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:. /rder wire phone $. 0larm output interface %. 0larm inputEEB: interface

E"#erne" In"er>a%es
,here are two types of -thernet interface boards: /17:G@ board and -1Bboard. 0s shown in Bigure "%* interfaces on an -1B- board are -thernet electrical interfaces using 'U@" connectors. 0s shown in Bigure "@* interfaces on an /17:G@ board are 7,=#@ optical interfaces.
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#$$reviation A'M A:ENT AI AI! A5! AN!I AP! ATM A4$n A4: IA IIER IER IIP$H IIT! CM CMIP C$n CP CRC CTP CV 'CC 'CM 'CN 'C! 'HC Ada6"ed In>or8a"ion Alar8 Indi%a"ion !i<nal Au"o8a"i% 5aser !#u"down A8eri%an Na"ional !"andards Ins"i"u"e Au"o8a"i% Pro"e%"ion !wi"%#in< As;n%#ronous Trans>er Mode Ad8inis"ra"i@e 4ni", le@el n Ad8inis"ra"i@e 4ni" :rou6 Ioos"er ,6ower. A86li>ier Ia%&<round Ilo%& Error Ra"io Ii" Error Ra"io Ii" In"erlea@ed Pari"; o> de6"# H Iuildin< In"e<ra"ed Ti8in< !u66l; Conne%"ion Ma"ri3 Co88on Mana<e8en" In>or8a"ion Pro"o%ol Con"ainer$n Conne%"ion Poin" C;%li% Redundan%; C#e%& Conne%"ion Ter8ina"ion Poin" Code Viola"ion 'a"a Co88uni%a"ions C#annel 'is6ersion Co86ensa"ion Module 'a"a Co88uni%a"ion Ne"wor& 'i<i"al Cross%onne%" !;s"e8 'i<i"al Cross Conne%" 4ull Name Add$'ro6 Mul"i6le3er

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EOP ECC E'2A EM2 EMC EMI EM5 EM! E! ET!I 2A! 2'M 2EIIE 2EE! 2E!E! :4I H'5C HPA HPC HPP HPT HTCA HTCT HTCM IP IT4$T 5AN 5AP' 5A 5MT 5O 5O2 5OM 5OP 5O! 5P

En<ineerin< Order$Pire E8?edded Con"rol C#annel Er?iu8 'o6ed 2i?er A86lier ECui68en" Mana<e8en" 2un%"ion Ele%"roMe<ne"i% Co86a"i?ili"; Ele%"roMe<ne"i% In"er>eren%e Ele8en" Mana<e8en" 5a;er ECui68en" Mana<e8en" !;s"e8 Error !e%ond Euro6ean Tele%o88uni%a"ion !"andards Ins"i"u"e 2ra8e Ali<n8en" !i<nal 2reCuen%; 'i@ision Mul"i6le3in< 2ar End Ia%&<round Ilo%& Error 2ar End Errored !e%ond 2ar End !e@erel; Errored !e%ond :ra6#i%al 4ser In"er>a%e Hi<# 'i<i"al 5in& Con"rol Hi<#er order Pa"# Ada6"a"ion Hi<#er order Pa"# Conne%"ion Hi<#er order Pa"# Pro"e%"ion Hi<#er order Pa"# Ter8ina"ion Hi<#er order 6a"# Tande8 Conne%"ion Ada6"a"ion Hi<#er order 6a"# Tande8 Conne%"ion Ter8ina"ion Hi<#er order 6a"# Tande8 Conne%"ion Moni"or In"erne" Pro"o%ol In"erna"ional Tele%o88uni%a"ion !"andardiza"ion !e%"or 5o%al Area Ne"wor& 5in& A%%ess Pro%edure On '$%#annel 5ine A86li>ier 5o%al Mana<e8en" Ter8inal 5ower Order 5oss O> 2ra8e 5oss O> Mul"i>ra8e 5oss O> Poin"er 5oss O> !i<nal 5ower order Pa"# 4nion$Tele%o88uni%a"ion

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#$$reviation 5PA 5PC 5PP 5IT MA2 MC MC4 M' M2 MM M! M!$AI! M!OH M!P M!$P!C M!$P!' M!$!PRin< M!T MTIE NC NE NE2 NE5 NM5 NM! NNI N4 OA OAM O'P O2A OHA OO2 O!2 O!I OP PA PCI

4ull Name 5ower order Pa"# Ada6"a"ion 5ower order Pa"# Conne%"ion 5ower order Pa"# Pro"e%"ion 5oss o> all In%o8in< Ti8in< re>eren%es Mana<e8en" A66li%a"ion 2un%"ion Ma"ri3 Conne%"ion Mana<er Con"rol 4ni" Media"ion 'e@i%e Media"ion 2un%"ion Mul"i Mode Mul"i6le3 !e%"ion Mul"i6le3 !e%"ions $ Alar8 Indi%a"ion !i<nal Mul"i6le3 !e%"ion O@erHead Mul"i6le3 !e%"ion Pro"e%"ion Mul"i6le3 !e%"ions $ Pro"e%"ion !wi"%#in< Coun" Mul"i6le3 !e%"ions $ Pro"e%"ion !wi"%#in< 'ura"ion Mul"i6le3er !e%"ion !#ared Pro"e%"ion Rin< Mul"i6le3 !e%"ion Ter8ina"ion Ma3i8u8 Ti8e In"er@al Error Ne"wor& Conne%"ion Ne"wor& Ele8en" Ne"wor& Ele8en" 2un%"ion Ne"wor& ele8en" 5a;er Ne"wor& Mana<er 5a;er Ne"wor& ele8en" Mana<e8en" !;s"e8 Ne"wor& Node In"er>a%e Na"ional 4se O6"i%al A86li>ier O6era"ion, Ad8inis"ra"ion and Main"enan%e O6en 'is"ri?u"ed Pro%essin< O6"i%al 2i?er A86li>ier O@erHead A%%ess Ou" O> 2ra8e O6era"ions !;s"e8 2un%"ion O6en !;s"e8 In"er%onne%" Orderwire Pre$A86li>ier Prin"ed Cir%ui" Ioard

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4ull Name Pulse Code Modula"ion Plesio%#ronous 'i<i"al Hierar%#; Pro"e%"ion :N' Poin"er Uus"i>i%a"ion E@en"+Q Poin"er Uus"i>i%a"ion E@en"+$ Polariza"ion Mode 'is6ersion Pa"# O@erHead P'H P#;si%al In"er>a%e Pri8ar; Re>eren%e Clo%& Pri8ar; Re>eren%e !our%e Pro"e%"ion !wi"%#in< Pro"e%"ion !wi"%#in< E@en" Pa"# Ter8ina"ion Poin"er L Ada6"or L Ada6"or 2un%"ion Rando8 A%%ess Me8or; Re8o"e 'e>e%" Indi%a"ion Re8o"e Error Indi%a"ion Re8o"e 2ailure Indi%a"ion Re8o"e In>or8a"ion Re<enera"or !e%"ion Re<enera"or !e%"ion O@erHead Re<enera"or !e%"ion Ter8ina"ion !;n%#ronous 'i<i"al Hierar%#; !'H ECui68en" Clo%& !;n%#ronous ECui68en" Mana<e8en" 2un%"ion !e@erel; Errored !e%ond !e@erel; Errored !e%ond Ra"io !;n%#ronous ECui68en" Ti8in< P#;si%al In"er>a%e !;n%#ronous ECui68en" Ti8in< !our%e !in<le Mode !u?$ne"wor& Mana<e8en" Con"rol Cen"er !er@i%e Mana<e8en" 5a;er !'H Mana<e8en" Ne"wor& !'H Mana<e8en" !u?$ne"wor& Hi<#er order VC$n la;er ,nV1,D. !u?$Ne"wor& Conne%"ion

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#$$reviation !NCP !PRIN: !PI !!' !!2 !!M !TM$N TCM TCP T' T'EV T2 TMN T! T!A T4$8 T4:$8 4A! 4NEL 4NI VC$n PAN P'M P! P!2 PTR

4ull Name !u?ne"wor& Conne%"ion Pro"e%"ion !#ared Pro"e%"ion Rin< !'H P#;si%al In"er>a%e !er@er !i<nal 'e<rade !er@er !i<nal 2ail !;n%#roniza"ion !"a"us Messa<e !;n%#ronous Trans6or" Module, le@el N ,NV1,D,1-,-D. Tande8 Conne%"ion Moni"or Ter8ina"ion Conne%"ion Poin" Trans8i" 'e<rade Ti8e 'e@ia"ion Trans8i" 2ail Tele%o88uni%a"ions Mana<e8en" Ne"wor& Ti8e !lo" Ti8e !lo" Assi<n8en" Tri?u"ar; 4ni", le@el 8 Tri?u"ar; 4ni" :rou6, le@el 8 4na@aila?le !e%ond 4neCui66ed 4ser Ne"wor& In"er>a%e Vir"ual Con"ainer, le@el n Pide Area Ne"wor& Pa@elen<"# 'i@ision Mul"i6le3in< Por& !"a"ion Por& !"a"ion 2un%"ion Pai" "o Res"ore "i8e

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%i&ure 1 Cabinet Structure and Con"i&uration.........................1# %i&ure 2 ,-M. S33/ 0$erall 12uip3ent Con"i&uration.............1' %i&ure 3 ,-M. S33/ 0$erall 12uip3ent Structure Co3position 21 %i&ure ,-M. S33/ Cabinet .h4sical +i3ension +ia&ra3.......22

%i&ure 5 ,-M. S33/ Cabinet Structure +ia&ra3......................23 %i&ure 6 .ower +istribution Sub-rack Structure +ia&ra3.........25 %i&ure 7 Sub-rack Structure +ia&ra3.....................................2# %i&ure # %an Sub-rack Structure +ia&ra3...............................2' %i&ure ' %an Module Structure...............................................3/ %i&ure 1/ Application o" the ,-M. S33/ %an...........................3/ %i&ure 11 +ustproo" 7nit Structure +ia&ra3...........................31 %i&ure 12 (4pical Board Con"i&uration....................................3# %i&ure 13 Structure o" a (4pical Board on the 7pper 8a4er.......3# %i&ure 1 Structure o" a (4pical Board on the 8ower 8a4er.......3' %i&ure 15 Connections between the SC 7nit and 0ther Boards. / %i&ure 16 .osition o" the SC 7nits in the S4ste3..................... / %i&ure 17 9orkin& Mechanis3 o" the SC Board....................... 1 %i&ure 1# .anel o" the SC...................................................... 2 %i&ure 1' Connections between the )C. 7nit and 0ther Boards ........................................................................................... %i&ure 2/ .osition o" the )C. 7nit in the S4ste3.................... %i&ure 21 9orkin& Mechanis3 o" the )C............................... 5

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%i&ure 22 9orkin& Mechanis3 o" the )C.!............................. 7 %i&ure 23 )C. .anel............................................................. # %i&ure 2 Connections between the CS 7nit and 0ther Boards. ' %i&ure 25 .osition o" the CS Board in the S4ste3.................... ' %i&ure 26 9orkin& Mechanis3 o" the CS................................5/ %i&ure 27 (he CS .anel.........................................................51 %i&ure 2# Connections between the 0816 Board and 0ther Boards................................................................................52 %i&ure 2' .ositions o" the 0816 7nits in the S4ste3................52 %i&ure 3/ 9orkin& Mechanis3 o" the 0816.............................53 %i&ure 31 (he 0816 panel.....................................................5 %i&ure 32 :elations A3on& the line .rocessin&; !nter"ace and Switchin& Boards in the 081- Subs4ste3..............................55 %i&ure 33 .ositions o" <arious Boards o" the 8.1 Subs4ste3 in the 9hole S4ste3................................................................56 %i&ure 3 9orkin& Mechanis3 o" the 081= Subs4ste3 as an 0ptical !nter"ace..................................................................56 %i&ure 35 9orkin& Mechanis3 o" the 081= Subs4ste3 as an 1lectrical !nter"ace...............................................................57 %i&ure 36 +escription o" the 8. .anel.....................................5' %i&ure 37 Slots A$ailable "or the 1.11=1.(1...........................5' %i&ure 3# 9orkin& Mechanis3 o" the 1.11=1.(1....................6/ %i&ure 3' 9orkin& Mechanis3 o" the 1.13=1.(3=8./.............62 %i&ure / 9orkin& Mechanis3 o" the S%1...............................65 %i&ure 1 9orkin& Mechanis3 o" the 1!%1..............................66 %i&ure 2 A.1> %unction +ia&ra3 ......................................6# %i&ure 3 A.1> Board .anel +ia&ra3..................................6' %i&ure !nter"aces on the Motherboard...............................72

%i&ure 5 !nter"aces on the .9: Board..................................72

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%i&ure 6 S(M-16 0ptical !nter"ace +ia&ra3..........................73 %i&ure 7 S(M-1= 0ptical !nter"ace +ia&ra3........................7 %i&ure # 1lectrical !nter"ace................................................75 %i&ure ' .in collocations o" 1lectrical !nter"ace.....................75 %i&ure 5/ 75 SC! Board !nter"ace.......................................7# %i&ure 51 )C. Board !nter"ace..............................................7' %i&ure 52 )C.! Board !nter"ace.............................................#/ %i&ure 53 1!%1 Board !nter"ace.............................................#/ %i&ure 5 0!S1> Board !nter"ace.........................................#1

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(AB81 1 (4po&raphical Con$entions.......................................xii (AB81 2 Mouse 0peration Con$entions..................................xiii (AB81 3 Sa"et4 Si&ns...........................................................xi$ (AB81 Con"i&uration o" the ,-M. S33/ ..............................2/

(AB81 5 Con"i&uration o" ,-M. S33/ and 0ther .roducts .......2/ (AB81 6 (he +i3ension and 9ei&ht o" the ,-M. S33/ Co3ponents........................................................................21 (AB81 7 )a3e 8ist o" <arious Boards=7nits o" ,-M. S33/......33 (AB81 # +escription o" the :7) and A8M !ndicators................ 2 (AB81 ' escription o" the M=S !ndicator on the SC Board......... 3 (AB81 1/ Connection relations between each pin; si&nal and the 12/ 2M cable.....................................................................75

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